Insight: Tsunami town epitomizes Japan Inc's dilemmas (Reuters)




 
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September 9th, 2011  
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Topic: Insight: Tsunami town epitomizes Japan Inc's dilemmas (Reuters)


Reuters - After the waters unleashed by Japan's March 11 tsunami receded, Sakae Kushida toured the big mobile phone makers that buy his electronic components, pleading with them not to dump his firm as a supplier.

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September 9th, 2011  
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Fukushima Mystery Man Unmasked? MMA Fighter Enson Inoue

Enson Inoue Reveals Covert Trip to Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant

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Since the devastating March 11 earthquake and tsunami, former Shooto heavyweight champion and Pride veteran Enson Inoue has been tireless in his charity efforts, repeatedly traveling to northeast Japan to directly help those in need.

Inoue's work has helped countless people and brought much needed light to the situation in Fukushima and the areas affected by the disasters. This work has been costly though, Inoue sacrificing a gym, his pets and spending an incredible amount of money and time in the process.

On his last trip, Enson Inoue possibly made the greatest sacrifice of all - he risked his life by traveling to one of the most dangerous places on earth.

Speaking exclusively with MMA Fighting, Enson Inoue describes his journey directly into the highly radioactive Fukushima evacuation zone and his covert visit to the the heavily damaged Fukushima power plants.

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